The 3rd Annual Scarecrow Contest, presented by Downtown Steelville, is being held this month.
August unemployment data showed Missouri’s economic recovery from the loss of jobs caused by the coronavirus pandemic appears to be slowing. Statewide unemployment increased slightly in August, while job numbers throughout the region were mixed.
• Three more deaths reported
Total cases of COVID-19 in Crawford County have more than doubled in the last month. On August 31, the county reported 194 cases, and on October 1, that had increased to 430. The increase in has remained steady over the past two weeks, but three new deaths for those with positive test results have also been reported.
After reporting seven new cases of COVID-19 in the previous two weeks, the Cuba School District had just one new case the week of October 2. The district also reported 49 people were in quarantine as of last Friday.
The Crawford County CARES Act Committee has now disbursed approximately $110,000 of the $2.8 million in funding received by the county from the federal government, funding intended to aid local political subdivisions with expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Missouri University of Science and Technology theater students will present a series of live improvisational performances where writers, performers and audiences constantly change roles.
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